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    The 2006 WRX definately tops the charts!
    "You may say the grill is ugly...but thats ok...you wont see it when your behind me"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Bob
    1984 Pontiac Sunbird - Couldnt trust it for my daily commute to school anymore
    1994 Nissan Sentra LE - Rolled it
    1998 Nissan Sentra XE - No Balls replaced by the WRX
    1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R - Got rod knock in the process of selling her.
    One of THE funnest cars I've ever driven. Was gonna do a SR20VE swap, but would have turned into a money pit. Tranny, brakes, rust didnt really make sense to keep it since I'm not to mechanicly inclined.
    i love how a few WRX owners owned SE-R's and acknowledged it was a great car. I am thinking about getting another one. (or a old GTi or miata)

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    Currently driving a 2000 Honda Civic EX, so an STi should be a nice upgrade.


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    04 outback sport. only had it for a year.hahah then traded it for the rex. One hell of a surf mobile though...

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    I forget if I posted here or not.

    1999 Pontiac Sunfire. My insurance company rated it a "sports car" so I paid 1500/year. I pay 2000/year with my rex. That's right, a $6K car to a $22K car and I only pay 500 more per year.

    Sold the Sunfire a few weeks ago.
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    i drove a 97' rodeo isuzu. 4cly manual. i still have it to go mudding

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    van man

    I drove a chevy ASTRO van- the extented verison

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    I drove my parents' Alfa Romeo Spyder and 2 different SHO's.

    My WRX was my first car, which I bought when I finished college. The STi was the second car I bought.
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    1st - 1995 Mazda Millenia
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    2005 Silver WRX
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    How did I miss this thread?

    Huh...
    Anyway...

    1977 Chevrolet Impala Wagon - borrowed from parents until it burnt.
    1984 Renault Alliance (0-60mph in 27 seconds... literally)
    1977 Chevy Silverado - the big fat 2 gas tank wall of metal
    1982 Datsun 280zx
    1993 Plymouth Laser AWD - Cyclone
    2002 Pontiac Grand Junk, I mean, Grand AM
    2004 WRB WRX Wagon
    Now...
    2006 WRB WRX Wagon
    Hawkeye - 808
    2006 WRB Wagon
    mod list http://www.clubwrx.net/forums/2188188-post359.html - hopefully.

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    At age 15 I got a 1994 Pontiac Sunbird from my granddad to learn with....fliped it into a ditch....stupid FWD crappy handling.....rain....

    On my 16th birthday I bought myself a 1992 or 93 (donno) 240sx.
    And, about 2 or 3 months ago, I bought myself an 04 WRX.


    I still have the 240sx, and I plan to build it back! 2 weeks before I got the WRX (I had bought it like a month before, but stupid slow finace companys....) my 240sx blows....on the freeway


    So yeah, Im 16. I payed for my WRX. Im in debt. Im stupid
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    my rex will be the first car i own... once i buy one

    but ive driven 20 - 30 cars while ive had my permit and before i got my permit ... maybe a little less or more..
    keer bokhor

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    '89 Toyota Camry
    '92 Honda Civic
    '97 Isuzu Rodeo (most fun i ever had w/ a car yet!)
    '05 WRX
    "...but pork chops taste good and bacon tastes good."
    "Hey, sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie, but i wouldn't know cuz i'd never eat the filthy mother-blam!-"

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